Dirk Auer | capx.co
On both sides of the Atlantic, lawmakers are gearing up to heavily regulate Big Tech. In the US, the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust has just released a long-awaited report on competition in digital markets. Meanwhile, the European Commission is in the middle of drafting a new Digital Services Act (“DSA”).
Both proposals are strikingly similar and, if passed into law, would significantly alter the Internet as we know it. For better or, more likely, for worse.
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